Where to Pre-Order Signed Copies (worldwide)!
If you’d like to pre-order a signed copy of Inkmistress, please order from One More Page books as part of the NoVa Teen Book Festival (bonus, you can also order signed paperbacks of Of Fire and Stars)!
Inkmistress Pre-Order Swag!
If you’re in the US or Canada, you’re also eligible for some fun pre-order bonuses from me no matter where you pre-ordered from. Just email your pre-order receipt and mailing address to offireandstars(at)gmail(dot)com (US/Canada only). You’ll receive a signed bookplate, a dragon charm, and an Inkmistress bookmark.
Happy reading, everyone!
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It’s still a few months away, but 2016 is starting to take shape. Will I be coming to a city near you?
Take a look at my events page to find out! * * * 2016 Events * * *
Last Saturday morning I popped out of bed with the energy of a squirrel on crack to spend a fun-filled day at the Austin Teen Book Festival. It’s awesome to live in a city that has such a big YA book event, even if the heat tries to obliterate my will to live every summer.
- I bought my first gay boy book, Openly Straight, and was reminded how important it is to support LGBTQ authors of all stripes. Bill Konigsberg was a delight on his panel and fun to talk to at the signing table.
- One of my friends listed off many of the famous YA authors with whom she has peed in public restrooms.
- Lauren Myracle tenderly touched the battered cover of my copy of Kissing Kate and marveled that I had the version with the original cover. Kissing Kate was her first published book. She signed it, “To Audrey, who was there from the very beginning.”
- On the Tales of Tomorrow panel, Malinda Lo put hoverboards and other material things aside and said that equality was her dream for the future—equality for people of color and LGBTQ people. EQUALITY. Can we get a slow-clap?
- Rae Carson gave me a look of skepticism when I requested profanity in my book personalization. It quickly morphed into delight when she realized I was serious.
- I made a total mouth-breathing assclam of myself in front of a well-known agent. He has now insisted I query him, and I look forward to his rejection.
For those of you out there who are avid readers of YA, I encourage you to find local book events to attend. Hearing what authors have to say about their books and about the publication process is always interesting, and the panels usually end up being hilarious. YA authors have a great sense of humor and are a wonderfully supportive and fun community.